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TreeWeb: The Natural History of Trees

The Natural History of Trees describes the biology, distribution, ecology, evolution, utilization and other features of trees.
Ratings/Review of this resource:

Department of Forestry
105 TP Cooper Bldg
Lexington KY 40546

Phone: 606-257-1824
Fax: 606-323-1031
E-Mail: tkimmer@pop.uky.edu
Website: http://quercus.uky.edu/treeweb/index.htm

Detailed Information:
The Natural History of Trees, also called the TreeWeb, is a resource for anybody interested in trees. The site includes descriptions of the ecology, life history, range and uses of major North American tree species, especially those of the Eastern Deciduous Forest. Coverage of tree species is continually being expanded, and will be extended outside of North America. Additional information on the evolution, history, biogeography, anatomy and physiology of trees is being added on a regular basis.

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